b2evo 2.0 is coming with enhanced configuration options, among which:
Several options can now be set on a per Blog basis in the backoffice:
Default ordering of posts: by date, by title, by priority...
Number of… more »
b2evolution first introduced blog skins in 2003. Of course, since then, every other blog platform has implemented its own flavor of skins or themes and the concept has become pretty mainstream.
With version 2.0 we hope to take the concept one step… more »
Advanced user permissions have long been both one of b2evolution’s strengths and one of its weaknesses.
On one hand they allowed unmatched control over who could do what on which blog. That was good in those complex multiblog-multiuser setups. On… more »
Another frequent question about Phoenix is: What are these "workflow" fields for?
Workflow fields are: Status, Assigned to, Priority and Deadline.
These fields are particularly useful when you are publishing a professional blog which involves several… more »
The latest "Dawn" release will apply a rel="nofollow" by default to all comment/trackback links posted on a blog. Since I get all sorts of questions about that all the time, here is a quick explanation...
The purpose of rel="nofollow" is to tell Google… more »
By popular demand, here's a preliminary list of the new features and the changes introduced in the "phoenix" ALPHA release...
The main focus of this new version was to remove the b2 legacy code from the evoCore framework in order to move to a more… more »